JMVM aims to publish original research results, case study and reviews on animal-related aspects of the life sciences. Emphasis will be placed on studies involving pet, exotic, livestock, and laboratory animals. Studies for the improvement of human health using animal models may also be publishable. JMVM will encompass all areas of animal production and fundamental aspects of animal sciences. JMVM is subdivided into 8 sections.- Animal Breeding and Genetics: quantitative and molecular genetics, genomics, genetic evaluation, evolution of domestic animals, and bioinformatics

  • Animal Reproduction and Physiology: physiology of reproduction, development, growth, lactation, and exercise, and gamete biology
  • Animal Nutrition: rumen microbiology and function, ruminant nutrition, physiology and metabolism, and forage utilization, non-ruminant nutrition and physiology; evaluation of feeds, feed additives, and feed processing technology
  • Animal Products: milk and meat science, muscle biology, product composition, food safety, food security, and functional foods
  • Animal Biotechnology: molecular nutrition, transgenic animals, identification and manipulation of genes
  • Animal Health: immune modulation, infection and immunity, stress responses, vaccines and therapeutics, and animal models
  • Animal Behavior and Welfare: social and sexual behavior, adaptation, and animal welfare
  • Environment and Management: livestock waste management, livestock and environment, and livestock farming systems



A submitted manuscript, when published, will become the property of the journal. Copyrights of all published materials are owned by Mahanakorn University of Technology.



1. General Requirements

  • The manuscript must be single-spaced in Thai Sarabun New font (size 16). All pages should be numbered consecutively in the top right hand corner, beginning with the title page.
  • The lines on all pages, including those pages for references and figure legends, must be numbered consecutively in the left margin, beginning with number one at the top of the title page. A 2.5 cm margin on both sides of the page is desirable.
  • Weights and measures must be expressed in the SI unit (metric) system and temperatures in the Celsius (centigrade) scale.
  • Tables, single-spaced, should be as few and as simple as is feasible. Each table should be on a separate sheet.
  • The legends for figures should be typed on a separate sheet. Photographs should be carefully prepared so that a clear image can be printed.
  • Manuscripts will be edited in the order received, and accepted papers will be published in the order submitted if at all possible.
  • Authors whose native language is not English are strongly encouraged to have their manuscripts proofread prior to submission.
  • Authors must declare any financial support or relationships that may pose a conflict of interest.


Reference samples


Mitchaothai, J., P. Jaipeng, and R. Lertpatarakomol. 2017. Effect of dietary Krabok seed supplementation on growth performance of suckling - nursery piglets, Agric. Sci. J. 48(Suppl. 2):491-497. (in Thai)

Mitchaothai, J., C. Yuangklang, S. Wittayakun, K. Vasupen, S. Wongsutthavas, P. Srenanul, R. Hovenier, H. Everts, and A.C. Beynen. 2007. Effect of dietary fat type on meat quality and fatty acid composition of various tissues in growing–finishing swine. Meat Sci. 76(1):95-101.


(Book and chapter in book)

AOAC. 1990. Official methods of analysis. 15th ed. Assoc. Off. Anal. Chem., Arlington, VA.

Robinson, P. H., E. K. Okine, and J. J. Kennelly. 1992. Measurement of protein digestion in ruminants. In: S. Nissen, editor, Modern methods in protein nutrition and metabolism. Academic Press, San Diego, CA. p. 121–127.



Mitchaothai, J., P. Chancharoen, R. Lertpatarakomol, T. Trairatapiwan, P. Jaipeng and D. Kanungpean. 2014. Serovars of Salmonella spp. occurrence after implementation of hygiene improvement practices in a chicken processing plant. Proc. AAAP Anim. Sci. Cong. II:2617-2621.



Keonouchanh, S. 2002. Genetic analysis of sows longevity and lifetime productivity in two purebred swine herds. MS Thesis, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok. (in Thai)


(Electronic publication)

FDA. 2001. Effect of the use of antimicrobials in food-producing animals on pathogen load: Systematic review of the published literature. PathRpt.PDF. (Accessed 14 December 2001).

Heaton, M. P., T. S. Kalbfleisch, D. T. Petrik, B. Simpson, J. W. Kijas, M. L. Clawson, C. G. Chitko-McKown, g. P. Harhay, K. A. Leymaster, and the International Sheep Genomics Consortium. 2013. Genetic testing for TMEM154 mutations associated with lentivirus susceptibility in sheep. PLoS ONE 8(2): e55490.